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  • As Stock Prices Continue To Rise, Earnings Continue To Decline [View article]
    A good article overall.
    The only thing is the market usually follows momentum and now it is up. Yes sometime in 2013 there will be a correction. But we do not know when. In the mean time I will continue taking bullish positions assuming the market will move up slowly. I'll wait until there is a 3 straight days of lower prices and a total of more than 3% before I think the downward correction may have begin.
    You never can tell the top or the bottom. You can only see it after it happen
    Feb 10 11:46 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple (AAPL) is indeed thinking of selling an iWatch, both the NYT and WSJ report. Sources claim Apple is experimenting with iOS-based watches made of curved glass, and has discussed the matter with Foxconn. If an iWatch ever arrives, there's a good chance it will use Corning's (GLW) Willow Glass, which was created with bendable displays in mind. Former Apple UI designer Bruce Tognazzini recently predicted an iWatch will arrive, while providing a long list of apps/services it might support. [View news story]
    iNosering with a smell amplifier
    iWig with a color changer
    iEarring with an ear phone
    iTooth with an auto cleaner

    All connected to your mind and thay are all mind control and retire siri
    Feb 10 11:22 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple (AAPL) is indeed thinking of selling an iWatch, both the NYT and WSJ report. Sources claim Apple is experimenting with iOS-based watches made of curved glass, and has discussed the matter with Foxconn. If an iWatch ever arrives, there's a good chance it will use Corning's (GLW) Willow Glass, which was created with bendable displays in mind. Former Apple UI designer Bruce Tognazzini recently predicted an iWatch will arrive, while providing a long list of apps/services it might support. [View news story]
    then why not an iPhone on the wrist?

    that at least has a slim chance.

    how about an iPhone that send display to your eye directly or to an eyeglass?
    Feb 10 11:13 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple (AAPL) is indeed thinking of selling an iWatch, both the NYT and WSJ report. Sources claim Apple is experimenting with iOS-based watches made of curved glass, and has discussed the matter with Foxconn. If an iWatch ever arrives, there's a good chance it will use Corning's (GLW) Willow Glass, which was created with bendable displays in mind. Former Apple UI designer Bruce Tognazzini recently predicted an iWatch will arrive, while providing a long list of apps/services it might support. [View news story]
    this is so stupid it is not even funny
    How is apple going to leverage anything into an iWatch?
    There is no market for a digital watch and all other digital devices already has a clock.
    Apple is going up against Rolex?
    i'll trade aapl short term and will be careful before next earning

    if you want to get into something big try iCar or iPlane

    if you want to try something not in the hardware area try iCook
    Feb 10 10:53 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • No One Knows How Much Gold China's Central Bank Is Buying [View article]
    at this price would long both silver and gold
    Feb 10 10:07 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • An In-Depth Analysis Of Cisco Systems [View article]
    I am long a very small amount of csco.
    csco is not going to grow much and it has hugh problems.
    but it probably will not die like some other tech companies due to the fact its product is in a market that is expanding at a good rate.
    Its product overall has not much "barrier of entrant" and its margin is going to slip. Anyone today can develop the same product as CSCO has and they are all matured technologies with not much new things.
    Feb 10 09:30 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry (BBRY) loses another big enterprise customer as Home Depot is reportedly switching to Apple's (AAPL) iOS for all store managers and corporate-level employees. The move will have the company swapping out about 10K Blackberrys for iPhones. At this point the approximately 60K Motorola phones used by floor employees will not be affected. [View news story]
    i had enough of your idiot post
    do you know what real time is?
    there is no user function on a smartphone that is real time.
    real time usualy means if you do not respond within a "very short" time period the system will "crash"
    Feb 10 11:28 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry (BBRY) loses another big enterprise customer as Home Depot is reportedly switching to Apple's (AAPL) iOS for all store managers and corporate-level employees. The move will have the company swapping out about 10K Blackberrys for iPhones. At this point the approximately 60K Motorola phones used by floor employees will not be affected. [View news story]
    not Enron

    BB is not a fraud
    Feb 10 11:07 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry (BBRY) loses another big enterprise customer as Home Depot is reportedly switching to Apple's (AAPL) iOS for all store managers and corporate-level employees. The move will have the company swapping out about 10K Blackberrys for iPhones. At this point the approximately 60K Motorola phones used by floor employees will not be affected. [View news story]
    the only thing that is important is how fast you can do something. One swipe is the same as push one button. Also I do not see taking away the swipe left and right from the app is anything I want. Currently many apps use that to go to the next screen.
    I stand by my prediction BBKY stock price wise will move up in the near term but will drop in 6 months once the future is more clear to everyone.
    Feb 10 11:06 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry (BBRY) loses another big enterprise customer as Home Depot is reportedly switching to Apple's (AAPL) iOS for all store managers and corporate-level employees. The move will have the company swapping out about 10K Blackberrys for iPhones. At this point the approximately 60K Motorola phones used by floor employees will not be affected. [View news story]
    any new phone should be better than all existing phone.
    you have to compare the BB10 with iphone5s galaxy 4 and the current htc dna
    Feb 10 10:58 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Is Intel's Haswell A Has-Been? [View article]
    i did not know the S4 has an 8 core cpu. I wonder what the iPhone 5s has? So now my update my smartphone every 12 months will become more common for those who can pay for it. For traders like me it is worth it. It also may mean a new class of products in 2 years which is "near ultrabook/tablets" that is not intel based. I still want a laptop/tablet and not two devices. I just loaded dolphin browser on my kindle fire HD and now I can at least use that to access both schwab and tdameritrade regular web site to place orders. I start to believe I do not have to use my desk tops for trading and just use multiple handheld devices to replicate the large screen and even mutiple monitors. With a lap top(thinkorswim), a smartphone(one extra detail quote) and a tablet(enter orders) I can almost do what I do on my desk top for trading. (not for photoshop or vedio processing)
    This also may mean Apple will be less competitive because they are not as well position to quickly update their hardware as compared with Asian companies. This may also be a disadvantage for NOK and BBKY. Fast turn arround for a new piece of hardware may be a lot more important in the future.
    Feb 10 10:43 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • China surpassed the U.S. as the largest trading nation in the world last year, with the total value of Chinese imports and exports hitting $3.87T while those of the U.S. reached $3.82T. Still, the latter's economy remains more than double the size of China's.
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    I am predicting the chinese currency will become the standard for world trade in 10 years. It is already the most used one in many asia countries.
    Feb 10 10:26 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Shareholder adviser ISS sides with Apple (AAPL), telling investors to vote for a company proposal to eliminate the usage of preferred stock, laughingly citing the potential for misuse in a takeover defense. On the issue of bundling the preferred stock provision with other measures, ISS agrees with Einhorn, calling bundling "not in the best interests of shareholders." [View news story]
    you can wait for 2 to 3 years
    i do not care
    i only care about 2 to 3 days
    Feb 9 10:35 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Aswath Damodaran isn't crazy about David Einhorn's Apple (AAPL) preferred stock proposal. "Issuing preferred stock will not add value to the company," the finance prof. argues. Moreover, while such a move could lift shares by removing investor fears of never seeing much of the cash Apple generates, regular dividends and/or buybacks could do the same. Nonetheless, Damodaran is glad Einhorn is "rocking the boat," as it "opens the door to a healthy discussion about how Apple should deal with its large and growing cash balance." (previous[View news story]
    lets be honest
    everone wants to make money mostly for themselves
    So when a company only cares to make money for the executives the share holders should fight them.

    Apple should be sue for not taking care of their stock holders interest. I do not care about Apple's stock prices 3 years from now. I only care about the next few days. When their stock price are going up the executives can do whatever they want. But when they drop by 35% they lost that right and should start doing something for the stock holders
    Feb 9 10:31 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The market for micro servers - cheap, densely-packed, low-power servers most often used for Web/cloud services - will grow from just 88K units in 2012 to 1.2M in 2016 (10% of server shipments), predicts IHS. ARM-based (ARMH) chips could power much of this gear - NVDA, MRVL, AMCC, AMD, and others are busy developing ARM server CPUs. Intel (INTC) has responded with its S1200 Atom CPUs, but opinions about their competitiveness are mixed. Moreover, even if Atom CPUs keep ARM at bay, they could cannibalize sales of costlier Xeon CPUs. (Facebook[View news story]
    You need VM today because there are too many applications that needs to use multiple servers to deliver. Many business intelegent applications needs at least 3 servers to host and it would be much faster if all of them are in one server box.
    Feb 9 10:25 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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